Rangnick reveals who will decide if Ronaldo leaves Man Utd this summer
Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United's interim manager, has stated that Cristiano Ronaldo's future is out of his control.
According to the German, the club's next permanent manager will decide if Ronaldo will be part of the squad next season.
Rangnick made the statement after Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in Saturday's 3-2 win over Norwich City.
With his hat-trick against Tottenham two days ago, Ronaldo is the only United player to have scored in a Premier League game since the win at Leeds on February 20.
“In the end, this is not my decision.
“Cristiano has another year on his contract. This will be a decision for the new manager to take together with the board.
“But he showed against Tottenham and today that he can be the difference-maker in games like this,” he said.
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